From Paul's Security Weekly
Paul's Security Weekly #575
Recorded September 13, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Brian Coulson, LogRhythm - 6:00-6:45PM
Previously, he worked as a Lead Information Security Engineer at the largest commercial imaging satellite company in the United States where he was focused on incident response.
Tech Segment: Eyal Neemany, Bypassing PAM - 6:50PM-7:25PM
* Eyal's Slides for Bypassing PAM - File:PIMPAMPOM.pdf (To Open: Click File and then click the Adobe logo]]
Security News - 7:30-8:00PM
- Microsoft accidentally let encrypted Windows 10 out into the world
- Kernel exploit discovered in macOS Webroot SecureAnywhere antivirus software | ZDNet
- US carriers introduce Project Verify to replace individual app passwords
- Is hiring a hacker ever a good idea? | ZDNet
- Neil deGrasse Tyson on Elon Musk: Let the Man Get High
- Postmortem: Multiple Failures Behind the Equifax Breach
- Whisky business: Uni of Edinburgh servers Irn-Scru'd by cyber-attack
- PowerShell Obfuscation Ups the Ante on Antivirus
- Google Outlines Incident Response Process for Cloud Customers
- Identity and Access Management Market to grow at 10%+ CAGR from 2018 to 2024
- Veeam leaves MongoDB database wide open, exposes 445m records
- Bomgar Buys BeyondTrust
- eSentire Launches Integrated MDR and SIEM Platform for Full Threat Visibility and Rapid Response
- U.S. to Charge North Korean Spy Over WannaCry and Sony Pictures Hack
- I'm in security, and it sucks. I love it.
- the US has some cyber work to do....
- implementation of badusb: USB Ninja
- Low cost rubber ducky!
- stealing a Tesla by cloning the key fob
- Ooops, video conference fail
- British Airways Breach Caused by Credit Card Skimming Malware
- It took hackers just 22 lines of code to steal British Airways’ customer data
- The most popular "privacy" tool in Apple's Mac App Store was stealing users' browsing history and sending it to China
- Feedify Becomes Latest Victiom of the Magecart Malware Campaign
- Banking Trojans and Shady Apps Galore In Google Play